Explore the Lamborghini Museum with Google Street View

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Google Street View has taken its off-road cameras inside the Lamborghini Museum located in Sant'Agata Bolognese in the north of Italy.

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There's to be no stone unturned, apparently, by the team at Google Street View. The most recent awesome landmark to get a virtual tour courtesy of its off-road cameras is a sacred site for many car fanatics: the Lamborghini Museum at the company's headquarter town of Sant'Agata Bolognese.

The Street View page allows users to access a 360-degree tour of 1500 square metres of museum across two floors, including famous cars such as Miura, Countach, Diablo and Murciélago, as well as prototypes, limited editions, one-off models, racing cars, V12 powertrains and marine engines.

Also in the museum, you'll be able to see the Reventòn, which was limited to just 20 models, as well as two museum-exclusive cars: the Estoque and the Sesto Elemento.

(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)

Perhaps our favourite part of poking around was that you can even climb inside some of the cars to get up close and personal with the interior.

Recently, Google Street View has also opened virtual tours of the Galapagos Islands, Doctor Who's TARDIS and the 13th century Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland.

To whisk yourself away to Sant'Agata Bolognese, visit Museo Lamborghini on Google Street View.

(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)

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ozoneocean posted a comment   

Wow. They have one of the original Countachs there, with the original design for the side windows. Beautiful. The Ccountach is far more striking and original design than anything they've ever made, it was especially futuristic and original compared to other designs at the time. But even now Lamborghinis are pretty anodyne and safe- not too different from previous models and not too much of a standout from other cars in a similar price range, that's why the Countach is still significant.

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